December 7 will be yet another historic day for TNG. This is the day we sneak preview Kemon HD (high definition) hair color.
The significance of HD is similar to when Steve Jobs went on stage to launch the iPod which transformed the MP3 industry and then later went on stage to launch the iPhone which transformed the smart phone industry.
Both the iPod and iPhone were technological marvels that changed their industries. iTunes has downloaded millions and millions of songs to both pretty much making CD's obsolete.
Most of us could no longer function without our music players and smart phones. But just a short few years ago, the Razr was the hottest thing going. And just a few years before that, the basic cell phone with camera was the hottest thing going.
The point is that technology happens and many us aren't aware of it until it's in our very own hands. The thing with hair color and hair products is that hairdressers have a tendency to think technology doesn't apply to them. The same hairdressers using Clairol and Wella liquid color and most other brands of tube color most likely are using iPod's and iPhone's.
Kemon HD represents the latest technology breakthrough from Kemon's in-house lab. When we compared it to Wella Koleston, the results were shocking. All I can say is that the shine, gray coverage, ease of use and how it makes the client feel are superior in every way.
We will have plenty of early adopters present at the Kemon Academy December 7. First quarter 2010 will be the official launch and all I can say is that 2010 is going to be quite a year for hair color.